Saudi officials on the defensive about financial ties to terrorism launch damage control efforts with a press conference in Washington Tuesday in which they will deny any deliberate bankrolling of Al Qaeda or other terror groups.

Is this simply Saudi spin, or is the Arab nation serious about real reform? Did the Saudis help themselves at all today? FOX News political analyst Dick Morris grades their PR effort.

The Bush administration is reportedly set to give the economy a short-term kick in the pants. Will it work? We'll ask FOX News Washington managing editor Brit Hume.

Forget the market comeback since those October lows. If Hulbert's Financial Digest's Mark Hulbert is right, we are looking at the start of a 16-year bear market.

Plus, we'll take the market's temperature with Paul Rabbitt, CEO of Rabbitt Capital Management, and Tony Dwyer, chief market strategist at Kirlin Securities.

Why has West Virginia agreed to join Massachusetts in its continued fight against Microsoft? We'll ask Massachusetts Attorney General Tom Reilly.

And, who says 50-somethings can't be big somethings? Not Robert Dilenschneider, author of 50 Plus: Critical Career Decisions for the Rest of Your Life.

Plus, is all forgiven? Despite her potential legal troubles and bruised reputation, Martha Stewart's new line is selling like crazy in K-Marts across the country. Is the consumer darling of Main Street, still a pariah on Wall Street? We'll ask ad man extraordinaire Donny Deutsch.

And, how does AOL Time Warner plan to rise from the bottom? We'll give you a complete report on the media giant's shareholder meeting from CNN founder Reese Schonfeld.

We'll have those stories and more!

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